Art Source International has amassed a collection of authentic antique maps and images brilliantly highlighting and detailing the state of North Dakota, which borders Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana, and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Points of interest of the state include Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Lake Sakakawea State Park, and the Missouri River. The state is nearly 90% farmland and is the top producer of honey in the United States. Little Missouri National Grasslands is the largest grassland in the country. The state also has more wildlife refuges than any other state in the United States with 63 refuges. North Dakota earned statehood in 1889. Art Source International reproductions and vintage maps can be ordered framed or without a frame.